Definition of groundsman in English:

groundsman

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Pronunciation: /ˈgraʊn(d)zmən
 
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noun (plural groundsmen)

British
A person who maintains a sports ground, a park, or the grounds of a school or other institution.
More example sentences
  • To begin by noting that this exhibition includes a transcript of an interview the artist conducted with the head groundsman of Ellis Park stadium might suggest that it is a bit tedious.
  • Let's hope that the Croke Park groundsmen raise the level of the mower a few inches higher when they make their last cut before the All-Ireland football final.
  • He now works as a groundsman at the Ross Park Primary School.

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